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    April 20, 2013
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(male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. (cheers & applause) >> the manhunt for the boston bombing suspect is over.as residents of watertown, massachusetts celebrate and applaud authorities for the dramatic capture. police were alerted to the suspect's whereabouts by a watertown man who saw blood on a boat in his backyard. been a bit suspect is still in hospital. his condition is serious at this point. we are or to wait and find out more information and why this happened in the first place from this live pure
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joy people around boston found ways that the reign of terror had braced the city for one week was over. >> i feel like i can go back to school and know that i am safe. (chanting 'usa) >> the deadly attack on the boston marathon are no longer a threat to 26 year- old died after a gun shot with police on early friday. his younger brother. dzhokar tsarnaev to was a shootout with police and he was taken to the same hospital when his older brother where his older brother died. >> this was truly an intense
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investigation. as a result of that justice is being served for the victims of these terrible crimes. for >> reporter: while these images continue to haunt the community they are breathing a little easier. for law enforcement the work is not done. >> this senseless tax and the families deserve an answer. the wounded have to learn how to stand, walk, live and deserve answers. >> reporter: just information coming and from an official the federal prosecutors are at hospital right now. working on possible charges and the camping gear since last night. and it is important to note that we remember the victim's and word that stance at this moment. 50 victims are still lead area hospitals. and they are still in critical victim's.
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reporting live in boston, tory done last name -- dunnin.. >> and after a gun battle. the suspect, joe- kar tsarnaev, was captured by police. tsarnaev is now in serious condition at the hospital. dramatic video has been released of the shootout between police and the it was recorded by a neighbor who, like so many in the boston area yesterday, were ordered to stay in their homes. nearly 50 shots fired in the exchange. all while the suspect was holed up in a boat. after running from police early friday morning. >> president obama took a moment to acknowledge law the suspect in massachusetts. he says there are a lot of unanswered questions. including why the brothers who grew up and studied in the u-s would resort to such violence. >> what ever hateful agenda drove these men to these attacks. whatever they
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thought they would achieve they have already failed. they have failed because the people of boston refused to be intimidated. americans refused to be terrorized. they failed because we're not going to waver from the character. and the compassion and the values that define this country. >> the family of the wife of the older brother, tamerlan tsarnayev, released this statement friday. quote, " we cannot begin to comprehend how this horrible tragedy occurred." in the aftermath of the patriot's day horror, we know that we never really knew tamerlan sar-na-ev. it goes on to say that, "our hearts are sickened by the knowledge of the horror he has inflicted." the family has asked for privacy at this time. >> the eleven- year-old martinez boy who was injured in the boston bombings,
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aaron hern is steadily recovering. this according to administrators at his school, who have been receiving e-mail updates from the hern family. in the last few days, hern underwent surgeries at boston's children's hospital. first lady michelle obama even stopped by to visit aaron on thursday following the interfaith service in boston. and in a story you will only see here on kron four. besides sending hundreds of get well cards. aaron hern's classmates made a video to send him to show their support. friday, the entire student body at martinez junior high school , gathered on the school's quad to record the following. listen in. (cheers & applause) (get well, cha chanting'aaron'...) aaron's classmates say they were excited by the news that his condition has
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improved and that he's now able to eat once again. kron four will continue to follow this developing story on air and online at kron four dot com. you can also tune in to our 24 7 channel for the latest updates. that's on comcast channel 193. let's take a quick look outside this morning. roof cam. and now lets check in with meteorologist janu arasu for your first forecast. >> today is going to be pleasant and 90's on monday! this is the approach to the bay bridge with a beautiful weekend. the afternoon we are expecting '70s and '80s. clear skies and breeziness along the coastal areas. temperatures in the 50s in san francisco. 50s and oakland, concord and santa rosa. and as for the afternoon highs are going to be comfortable. with mid 70's. 82 degrees for los
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gatos and upper '70s and '80s for the south-bay. similar conditions with plenty of sunshine. 75 in novato and downtown san francisco. we will take a look at the rest of the weekend at the warm-up coming up in my full forecast. >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend. police are stepping up security following the boston terror attack. we'll take a look at one venue that could take hours just to get through security screening. live look outside. walnu san jo ♪ ♪
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>> after a walk-off win last night. the giants return to a-t- and-t park tonight for game two against the padres. and if you plan to head to the game. you might want to arrive early. real early. all because of beefed-up security.
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kron 4's mike pelton joins us live from the ballpark. mike.fans will notice some changes? >> reporter: marty, because of the boston bombing there is increased security at all home games. just your finger, and your photo id, if you will need to for your patience. it took almost two hours to get to the ballpark with mandatory wantin-- wanding... they are security extra police officers on bicycles and canine units. this is sounding off on weather this is fair or foul. >> to " ben franklin there is no 10 difference than that this is pointless,
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worthless and reactionary. >> i have come to games here before and they did not have a scanner. and i told m discretio to grant som of they are going to do it. i told my grandson to watch, that they will scan of us. >> reporter: police say that you can expect this, indefinitely. they have already beefed up security at the a's and the warriors games. organizations are averaging people to a rival early to make sure they get through security before the first patch. >> i would guess that as the sharks fans the playoff the same thing with the chef sharks tank with the-hockey sharks tank? >> correct. you can get inside as soon as you can and not miss any of the action. >> thank you, mike. this is
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a bay bridge coming up on kron 4 news weekend. we'll take a look at the boston terror suspects presence on social media in the days following the attack we'll take a break. with this live look outside at the bay bridge approach. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. we'll take a look suspects presence on social
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>> we're following the latest developments out of boston. on the capture of 19 year old joe-khar tsarnaev tsahr-ny'-ev. he's one of two suspects believed to be behind twin explosions at monday's marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 180 others. new video overnight shows a vigil at the finish line for the victims of the attack. right now, tsarnaev is being held at a hospital after being captured yesterday outside a home in watertown, massachusetts. the arrest happened just blocks away from where his older brother, twenty-six- year-old tamerlan tsarnaev was killed in a shootout with police earlier friday.
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a friend of the surviving brother is wondering why dzhokar got involved in the bombings. >> i would say that sibling influence is a big, big thing. you would be surprised what an older sibling ca what a younger sibling can make do. it was amazing that we were able to capture him alive so we can get more information. >> the brothers are also suspected of killing a massachusetts institute of technology police officer during their spree. >> authorities are also focusing their investigation on the tweets sent out by dzhokar tsarnaev before and after the bombing. our tech reporter gabe slate has that part of our coverage. >> let us take a look at this twitter a county only one mention the boston marathon on august 2012. he was responding to somebody
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else's reference. he says that boston marathon is not a good place to smoke. we cannot see the first part of the conversation we do not know the context if it is relevant or not. and on april 7th, one week before the bombing he said that if you have the knowledge and the inspiration the only action you have is to take action. this was about five actors hours and he followed with only just one half of the conversation and the victims of tragedy? el a o l, those people are and he said that there are people that know the truth and stay silent. 24 hours later, on tuesday he said that everybody wanted to talk like they have something to say but nothing comes out. when they move their lips just a lot of gibberish. he
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and his tweet on to state the day after the bombing. he says that he is a stress free kind of guy. (cheers & applause) shatt \ gabe slate tech report let's take a quick look outside this morning. mount tam. now lets check in with meteorologist janu for your saturday forecast. >> it will be breezy along the coastal areas. monday, will be hot with '90s. and a slight cooling. this is for temperatures are sitting. along the east bay shore. mid 40's and half moon bay. by noon, this yellow is indicating plenty of 70's.
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'70s and '80s indicated by the orange on your screen. if your going out this evening. plenty of leftover '60s. the afternoon highs look like this. '70s in cupertino, 77 degrees expected in mountain view. and low 80s and candle. upper 70's in vallejo. 74 degrees in san leandro. for the coastal areas if you're going to the beaches. it will be a bit warmer and '70s and '80s in the north bay. 81 degrees expected in napa. the satellite & radar low 80s and campbell --.
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gradual cooling but pretty nice conditions. mid '80s. marty? >> thank-you, janu. more than 100 people gathered at saratoga high school friday night for a candlelight vigil. in memory of audrie pott. pott is the teenager who committed suicide last year, after being sexually assaulted and then taunted with photos and videos of the assault. audrie's friends and family hope the vigil will bring more attention to the circumstances leading up to her death. they have a message to the three boys who attacked the teen. >> i just want more girls to be aware of what happened to them and boys need to be smarter. and understand that when you do sothat to someone is really messes them up and they did not kill her physically but they killed her and another way. i want them to sit down and understand and how much they heard someone. we lost
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someone that we love. >> audrie's friends and family say she was loved by many. a banner was the centerpiece of the vigil and was left for friends and classmates to remember audrie. >> the man carjacked by christopher dorner says the city of los angeles owes him a million dollars. dorner is the rogue ex-cop believed to have killed four people before dying in a shootout with police back in february. camp ranger rick rel-te- brake believes his 9-1-1 call led police to dorner's hideout. now, he's planning to sue for the million-dollar reward offered in the case. a couple who called police after dorner tied them up are also claiming the cash. the l-a-p-d says three former judges are going to decide who, if anyone, gets the money. meantime, new sheriff's transcripts show that in the final two hours of the manhunt for dorner, sheriff's deputies didn't fire a single shot. there was a gun battle shortly after dorner entered a cabin in the mountains northeast of february twelfth. during which one deputy was
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killed and another injured. however according to the transcripts deputies were told not to fire unless they saw dorner. instead. tear gas and incendiary gas was used to try and force him out. flames broke out and that's when one gunshot was heard from inside the house. authorities believe it was dorner who took his own life. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. the boyscouts of america are taking the next step to drop their controversial gay ban. details coming up. live look outside. golden gate bridge ♪ you kids should count yourselves lucky.
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[ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> the leaders of the boy scouts of america are set for a vote on gay youth. the organization has had a long-standing ban on gay kids and adults. next month's vote could change for the policy for
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boys. but *not for openly gay adults. at least one bay area lawmaker says the policy change doesn't go far enough. state senator leland yee is urging the boy scouts to fully end discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. >> airlines and the nation's largest pilots union are joining forces to sue the federal aviation administration. they're upset over the f-a- a's decision to furlough air traffic controllers because of the automatic spending cuts required by congress. the lawsuit is asking a federal court in washington to block the furloughs. they are scheduled to kick in sunday. airline officials say the f- a-a could have found other ways to save money. and while the move is expected to save an estimated 200 million dollars, fewer controllers might mean longer delays at some of the nation's busiest airports.
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>> a powerfull earthquake hitting china's sichuan province has killed at least 113 people. the death toll expected to climb sharply. china's seismological bureau says the magnitude seven quake struck in the steep hills of lushan county shortly after eight a-m. multiple aftershocks jolted the area injuring thousands of people. more than 2-thousand soldiers rushed to the area for rescue and relief work. the military set up a quake relief and rescue and medical headquarters for the quake-hit region. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. we will have the latest details in the investigation of the boston marathon bombing suspects.
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celebrations broke out in the streets of boston last night. as residents who had been on lockdown nearly all day got word of the capture of djohkar tsarnaev. the motive behind the boston marathon bombings remains unknown. but investigators are trying to get to the bottom of that. many people have questions about what will happen next to tsarnaev who is currently recovering in the hospital kron 4's philippe djegal has some answers. the parents of the two suspects now live in the russian republic of dagestan. the father was angry and distraught when he spoke about the death of his eldest son. and, despite the arrest of his youngest, he still stands by his two boys. >> "someone framed them. i don't know who exactly did it, but someone did, and being cowards, they shot the boy dead. there are cops >> reporter: : are very religious. and, describes them as peaceful and certainly not dangerous. >> "impossible, impossible for both of them to do such things, so i am my sons wouldn't keep it a secret. my family would tell me, my
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sons wouldn't keep it in secret." >> reporter: in the meantime, three people who are possibly connected to joe-harr sarr nay-eff, have reportedly been taken into federal custody in new bedford, for questioning. investigators are trying to gather as much information on sarr nay-eff as possible. as for his fate. >> "the u-s attorney will prepare a complaint." because of these extraordinary circumstances he might even be arraigned tomorrow if these and medically shape. >> that was phillipe djegal, reporting. within the next month, legal analysts say the boston marathon bombing suspect.19- year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. will be indicted by a grand jury. then the case is assigned to a district
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judge. a justice department official says tsarnaev will not be read his miranda rights because the government is invoking a public safety exception. that exception is triggered when police have an objectively reasonable need to protect the police or the public from immediate danger. tsarnaev will be questioned by a special federal interrogation team for high-value suspects. >> president barak obama and republicans used their weekly addresses to celebrate the resolve americans demonstrated after the attack on the boston marathon. in the address obama emphsized that "the world witnessed one sure and steadfast truth: americans refuse to be terrorized." >> ultimately, that's what we'll remember from this week. that's what will remain. stories of heroism and kindness; resolve and resilience; generosity and love. in the days to come, we will remain vigilant as a nation. and i have no doubt the city of boston and its surrounding communities will continue to respond in the same proud and heroic
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way that they have thus far - and their fellow americans will be right there with them every step of the way. may god bless the people of boston and the united states of america. >> now lets take a look back.the terror all started on patriot's day in massachusetts. monday, april 15th. but it was yesterday -- april 19th -- when america could first breathe a sigh of relief. here is kron 4's pam moore with a timeline of what happened in between. >> pam: the dramatic events of the past 24 hours unfolded in cambridge and watertown, west of boston ten o'clock thursday night, eastern time: a convenience store robbery in cambridge. by chance a security camers catches a picture of suspect number two, although police say he was not the robber. a short distance away, an m.i.t. campus police officer is shot and killed in his car ten minutes after that, the two suspects carjacked an suv. at about 11 p=m.the driver is released here and the
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two brothers drive east towards watertown. shortly after one a.m., police in watertown spot the stolen car, and a furious gunbattle breaks out. 15 police officers are wounded, one of them critically. supect one is injured. his brother escapes by driving over him. at 1:35 a.m. tamurlahn sarnyev is pronounced dead, the manhunt for his brother spreads to boston, where residents are urged to lock their doors and stay inside. transit is shut down. the red sox cancel their game. heavily armed police conduct door to door searches. as night falls. their attention turns to a boat stored in a watertown back yard. reports of gunfire. then confirmation that boston's week of fear had ended, >> back was pam, morthat was
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pam moore... >> the m.i.t. officer who was shot and killed during the manhunt was honored yesterday by his colleagues. a procession was held in cambridge for 26-year-old sean collier. police believe he was killed by the boston marathon officer since january 2012. civilian employee with the somerville police we'll continue to bring you the latest updates on the investigation into the motive of the terror attack. throughout the morning on kron 4. and on our website. at kron4 dot com. federal funds are being directed toward the recovery efforts in west, texas. the death toll from wednesday's massive explosion is at 14. president obama has declared of a state of emergency. that's freed up federal disaster funds to support local responders in texas. but residents have a lot of cleaning up to do. the blast was so big it registered as a 2-point-1- magnitude earthquake. and it damaged not only the plant but nearby homes, too, displacing many in the small town of 28-hundred. let's take a quick look outside this morning golden gate bridge let's check in with meteorologist janu arasu for your forecast .
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>> it is beautiful. we are going to see some areas of coastal fog but plenty of sunshine. plenty of warm conditions. mild temperatures and the breezes will pack up. at the higher elevations. this is where temperatures are right now with low 50s. i nearly ran out of breath saying that allo a loconcord, santa rosa, ad 50 \ is in livermore. the afternoon highs are going to be beautiful and pleasant. comfortable. 77 degrees expected in moun view. and low 60s along the coast. low 80s for the east bay and inland valleys if your own to go to the wine country? it is going to be beautiful. we will take a look at the warming trend coming up in my full forecast. that beautiful weather is take
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your breath away. your first forecast coming up on kron 4 news weekend. some of boston's here in the bay area. that story next. ♪
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>> the unofficial event "4- 20 in the park" will kick off in san francisco today.celebrating the day referring to the code term for marijuana. no permits are issued for the event and it's not really legal. but usually the city tends to turn a blind eye when more than five thousand people turn up on hippie hill in golden
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gate park each year for a giant smoke out. the event is free and is set to start at about 10:30 a-m and end just after four in the afternoon. san francisco police say although the event is illegal it is not a law enforcement priority. drinking water-noncompliance epa: california's department of public health is keeping tight-lipped after being admonished by the environmental protection agency for failing to spend $455 million in federal funding to improve the state's water infrastructure. the state agency has acknowledged it received a letter of non-compliance for holding on to the program's largest unspent sum in the nation. but it says it has no immediate comment about the revelation. epa regional administrator the has to alread6 c3i water acco fund. the state has 60 to come up with an improvement plan - or the epa may6 c a woman hit by an alameda county sheriff's vehicle has been released from the hospital. and booked into jail. kron 4 was live on the scene in hayward yesterday around 5 a-m. after a deputy hit the woman and a man she was walking with. the man died as a result of the crash.and the woman suffered non-life- threatening injuries. authorities say the woman was carrying narcotics. she's now being held in county jail. police have not yet released the names of the crash victims, or the deputy who was driving. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. weather is warming up in the bay area. we'll have your saturday forecast next.
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from authorities these past days since the boston terror attack. there is a lot of evidence to process at thea former fbi agent tells kron 4 exactly what evidence is being collected. terisa estacio has the details. >> reporter: boston's swat team received to >> i think that there was information that was not released. with perhaps text messaging were further identifying them. perhaps it detonated two bombs those all came together. we are trying to find out if there is any connection between this. >> he now runs a private security firm that is also
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in the international aspect. >> we want to use our of overseas resources. to identify and if see how proactive they worse. fifth we have a lot of work to do. >> terisa estacio, kron 4 news. >> boston's swat team received emergency response training right here in the bay area. under the alameda county sheriff's office - urban shield program. swat officers learn how to react occurs.such as the boston bombings. >> we have had scenarios just like this. were they have had treatment training
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and deployment. they have been armed and dangerous, and anybody deemed dangerous. they'd know that he has explosives and we are going to follow procedures. to the code of the law to give them an opportunity to surrender. however, if they are faced with a suspect it will not surrender, they will use >> deactivating explosive devices is also something that boston's swat team learned under the urban shield training program. some powerful video from central indiana. four-and-a-half inches of rain fell, thursday night into friday morning. this is the parking lot of an elementary school in tipton, where nearby homes were damaged. farther north, in kokomo, the rain created another big flood zone. first responders used boats,
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going door-to-door to check on people in the area. city leaders call it the worst flood on record for the city of kokomo. and rough weather in parts of michigan is expected to get worse. the grand river in comstock park has flooded homes and roads. transportation through some areas is nearly impossible -- unless you're like these guys, who brought their own boat. forecasters don't expect any significant rains through the weekend, but rivers in the area are expected to continue rising through monday. let's take a quick look outside this morning. bay bridge the approach. let's check in with meteorologist janu arasu for your first forecast. >> it is going to be beautiful and warm and comfortable. temperatures not that warm and not that bad but 90's expected inland. taking a look at temperatures for the east bayshore. 50s along the
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peninsula. 50s inland but by noon, all of this yellow on your screen is indicating widespread 70's. and the afternoon highs will see '60s and '70s and '80s indicated by the orange. for those headed out this evening not that chilly mid- 60s. the afternoon highs will bring plenty of high temperatures. 80s expected in cupertino. 80s in evergreen. low 80s there. low 80s in danville, livermore, walnut creek. mid 70's for the east bayshore. and also getting to the 70's in downtown san francisco. a bit chillier along the coast it is going to feel warmer than that. 70's in petaluma and '70s expected in napa. clear:conditions as
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this high-pressure makes its way with your 7 day are round of the bay this warm up with a scratch will cooling with pleasant temperatures. ♪ eweet caroline ♪ >> the giants fans singing sweet caroline. let us turn our attention to or game. :09 seconds. never seemed so good. giants fans singing "sweet caroline" in support of boston last night. to the game. bottom of the third. hunter pence doubles down the corner in left. buster posey scores all the
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way from 1st base double for pence 2-1 giants. top of the 6th. chase headley. solo home run barely over the fence as the ball hit a fan's glove. only mistake for madison then in the bottom of the ninth. angel pagan. doubles down the right field line, andres torres scores on the walk off. 3-2 giants the final. the giants face off against the padres tonight at 6:05. the oakland a's on the road friday with six wins over houston in their pocket. to tropicana field we go bottom of the 1st. a two-run single up the middle off brett anderson. that makes it 4-2 rays. it only got worse for anderson. as he sprains his right ankle on his follow through he would finish the inning but not return. final: 8-3 rays >> coming up on kron 4 news weekend. you may be looking for something to do. stay tuned for this weeks arts and entertainment report we're now 29 days away from this year's bay to breakers. kron 4 will bring you the race from start to finish. bay to breakers -- happening -- sunday, may 19th. ♪
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>> the san francisco playhouse brings us a celebration and a tribute to japanese culture at the cherry blossom festival. it concludes this weekend with a grand parade. with the sound of the japanese drums and the will cast their way. beyond this exciting portable shrine that will be carried by more than 100 people. the cherry blossom festival is sunday at city hall at 1:00 p.m. and ends at fillmore street. >> to not do it! >> do not do that >> this comedy is reasons to be pretty, with out the excess supply house. you can see what happens with a
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working class relationship remarking that his girlfriend is just regular. and this is between now and may 11th at the san francisco playhouse.org for more information and to celebrate earth day this saturday. the bay. this unique festival packing festival, and this fall events and free items. the civic center plaza. earth daysf.org, and next week, for a beer festival anny hong.., kron 4. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. we are following the latest details in the attack. more after the break. live look outside. mt. tam
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(male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. >> good morning. thanks for watching kron 4 news weekend.the terror is over in boston, but the questions remain following the arrest of one of the bombing of reports coming up. >> and i am marty gonzales. >> i am jan wahl we are going tk about fascinating stories. this is a really interesting story about a woman who was a cross
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dresser in order to be taken seriously to do her job. fascinating and a true story. and this new audiotape. and also, cross dressing in the movies that is about as different as you can get and also, the angel movie. >> some like it hot immediately coming to mind. >> and at auction did you try to get some of those clothes? >> yust but i was outbid. >> (cheers & applause) >> the manhunt for the boston bombing suspect is over.as residents of watertown, massachusetts celebrate and applaud authorities for the dramatic capture. the suspects wanted in connection to monday's bombings at the boston marathon are no longer a threat. a week of tragedy, fear and violence all culminated in a dramatic day that and ended with an arrest. tory dunnan is in boston
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this morning to bring us up to date. >> this morning, we are at a medical center in boston. the suspect is recovering and at this point the only information they are giving is that his condition is serious. this is one this city is trying to return to some level of normalcy. the surrounding streets with cheering law enforcement officers that ended the reign of terror that impacted the city for nearly one week. >> i feel relieved and that i can go back to school. >> that renewed safety knows that these suspects in connection with the deadly attack on the boston marathon are no longer a threat. this >> younger brother, dzhokar tsarnaev was captured last night after dramatic video
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and capture. friday night, they noticed there was blood on the outside of a part boat of a parked boat and a driveway. >> he was taken to this same hospital where this are so many victim's rushing into the moments on monday's blast. while these images will continue to haunt the community boston is waking up a bit easier. for law enforcement the work is not over. >> this is an ongoing and active investigation as we get all the details and continue to evaluate a tremendous amount of evidence. and file of more formal charges. >> we are waiting on what those charges will be and it is important to note that he is here in this hospital
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recovering. there are security guards out front and possibly more security guards inside the hospital. another thing to point out it is important to remember is that there are still dozens of victims that are in area hos reporting and boston, a tory dunnan.. and reporting in.. boston. >> dramatic video has been released of the shootout between police and the suspect. it was recorded by a neighbor who, like so many in the boston area yesterday, were ordered to stay in their homes. nearly 50 shots fired in the exchange. all while the suspect was holed up in a boat. after running from police early friday morning. >> president obama took a moment to acknowledge law enforcement for capturing the suspect in massachusetts. he says there are a lot of
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unanswered questions. including why the brothers who grew up and studied in the u-s would resort to such violence. >> what ever hateful agenda of these men took whatever they thought they could achieve they have our of the failed. they failed because the people of boston refused to be intimidated. and americans refused to be terrorized. they failed because we will not waver from the character and the compression and the value that define us. >> the family of the wife of the older brother, tamerlan tsarnayev, released this statement friday. quote, " we cannot begin to comprehend how this horrible tragedy occurred." in the aftermath of the patriot's day horror, we know that we never really knew tamerlan sar-na-ev. it goes on to say that, "our hearts are sickened by the knowledge of the horror he has inflicted."
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the family has asked for privacy at this time. >> the eleven- year-old martinez boy who was injured in the boston bombings, aaron hern is steadily recovering. this according to administrators at his school, who have been receiving e-mail updates from the hern family. in the last few days, hern underwent surgeries at boston's children's hospital. first lady michelle obama even stopped by to visit aaron on thursday following the interfaith service in boston. >> and in a story you will only see here on kron four. besides sending hundreds of get well cards. aaron hern's classmates made a video to send him to show their support. friday, the entire student body at martinez junior high school , gathered on the school's quad to record the following. listen in. (cheering "get well aaron!) we miss you... aaron,
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aaaron! aaron's classmates say they were excited by the news that his condition has improved and that he's now able to eat once again. kron four will continue to follow this developing story on air and online at kron four dot com. you can also tune in to our 24 7 channel for the latest updates. that's on comcast channel 193. >> let's take a quick look outside this morning. this live look outside. janu? >> you are correct it is going to be a beautiful weekend. we can see that there are plenty of sunshine and areas of fog with widespread sunshine for the afternoon. '70s and '80s. mainly 60s. at the higher elevations. this is where the temperatures are sitting right now. 57 degrees
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outside and bottle. 55 in redwood city. and 50s and san jose the afternoon highs are bringing 80s for the inland valleys. plenty of comfortable temperatures. and for those headed to the giants game. sunset = 7:50. perhaps bring a light jacket. i will tell you when. >> coming up police are beefing up security after the boston terror attack. we are born to take a look at one venue that could take hours. we will have that coming up. first, this live
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look outside of the south- bay. san jose, plenty of sunshine but he's thhazy you kids should count yourselves lucky.
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>> after a walk-off win last night. the giants return to a-t- and-t park tonight for game two against the padres. and if you plan to head to the game. you might want to arrive early. real early. all because of beefed-upkron 4's mike pelton joins us live from the ballpark. mike.tell us about that changes that fans will notice.
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>> reporter: you are going to want to bring your patience. weather this is permissible? >> there is no difference of the 10 games last season and tonight. this is pointless, worthless and reactionary. >> and i have come to games before. and there was no scanner at all but i told my grandson is that the i said that they're going to do it. you could expect increased security, indefinitely. oakland has already beefed up security of the warriors games. any big venules you can expect to see increased security. at at&t park, with a 6:00 p.m. game in a lot of fans are going to be coming out. the message from the giants is to get here early so you
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can get through security. maybe even get to your seat and get a hot dog. >> are the giants were commending getting their two hours before the first pitch? are they recommending at least two hours. >> i e-mailed them about that and they are saying two hours. and what can fans do. as soon as i get a response i will pass along. >> thank you, mike pelton. .
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>> we're following the latest developments out of boston. on the capture of 19 year old joe-khar tsarnaev tsahr-ny'-ev. he's one of two suspects believed to be behind twin explosions at monday's marathon, killing three people and injuring more
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than 180 others. new video overnight shows a vigil at the finish line for the victims of the attack. right now, tsarnaev is being held at a hospital after being captured yesterday outside a home in watertown, massachusetts. >> was a sibling influence was a big influence on that. he would be surprised what the older brother can have an old younger blacher- brother influenced. we can get more information on this topic. the arrest happened just blocks away from where his older brother, twenty-six- year-old tamerlan tsarnaev was killed in a shootout with police earlier friday. a friend of the surviving brother is wondering why dzhokar got involved in the bombings. the brothers are also suspected of killing a massachusetts institute of technology police officer
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as you just heard, family and friends of the suspects are struggling to understand how someone seemingly normal would commit such a heinous crime. joining us over the phone this morning is santa clara university professor and psychologist dr. tom plante. >> all my information is coming from the news but what i think is critical is the complexity of the human behavior. that people can often on one hand be very friendly and sociable and fun to be with but yet they can do a remarkably heinous crime. in the introduction you mentioned at the sibling relationship. of course we are hoping that more will come out. but it is the classic and that it is a psychiatric condition where you have a shared delusional disorder. one of the party believes one thing and the other person will just go along. you cannot help but
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speculate that this played a role in this particular case. >> does the age play into play here is only 19? >> it is remarkable when you think of it. there is a teenager that has completely been turned upside down. not only the city of boston but surrounding areas. this particular situation but typically with this type of event they have a certain profile and they usually are young men that that part late teens or in their 20s. you tend to have a disenfranchised anchor. looking for a place to vent. that could have been the case with the older brother. the 19 year-old brother will follow along. >> perhaps a way for them to make a name for themselves?
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>> correct. were someone has hopes and dreams for the future and they do not get realized. at the end of the day that anchor, reaches directed towards a direction that if they're going to go down? that is the case where they go down big. they have frustrated ambitions and dreams. they will have reached towards their community. and will use context of perhaps religion or injustice to justify this heinous crime. >> dr., tomgood morning. thank you. and let us talk about the weather. it is worth talking about as we take this live look outside warm temperatures are run the bay. janu?
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>> you are correct. we are expecting a beautiful weekend with a little bit hazy but bright, blue skies. even warmer tomorrow. you might want to even stay inside because we're going to see the 90's! temperatures are warming up nicely. 50s in fairfield and 54 degrees in livermore. by noon, all of this yellow is indicating plenty of 70's. 60s for the coastal areas and even 80s indicated by the orange. for those headed up this evening temperatures are not core to be that chilly. a bit cooler taking a look at your afternoon highs. 77 degrees expected in mountain view. and evergreen. 80s in fairfield.
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a bit cooler in richmond getting into the low 70's. for those headed out to the beaches meaning mid-60s along the coastal areas. and a mixture of these in santa rosa. and let us take a look at your 7 day around the bay with more warming. and monday. nine these will be the warmest areas and even some '70s along the coast. will take a quick break and be right back. ♪ you kids should count yourselves lucky.
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gathered at saratoga high school friday night for a candlelight vigil. in memory of audrie pott. pott is the teenager who committed suicide last year, after being sexually assaulted and then taunted with photos and videos of the assault. audrie's friends and family hope the vigil will bring more attention to the her death. they have a message to the three boys who have been arrested for attacking the teenager. >> want them to understand that that it really impacted at them. i wanted them to feel guilty and know how many people they have hurt. we have lost somebody that we love a lot. >> audrie's friends and family say she was loved by many. a banner was the centerpiece of the vigil and was left for friends and classmates to remember audrie. >> coming up will have the latest details on the continuing investigation of the boston marathon suspects. and this live look from the golden gate bridge. there is little traffic. plenty of sunshine. we will
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>> welcome back. this is a set up.
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on the capture of 19 year old joe-khar tsarnaev tsahr- ny'-ev. he's one of two suspects believed to be behind twin marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 180 others. thumbs vigil at the finish line for right now, tsarnaev is being being captured yesterday outside a home in watertown, massachusetts. blocks away from where his year-old tamerlan tsarnaev was killed in a shootout with police earlier friday. a friend of the surviving brother is wondering why bombings. the brothers are also massachusetts institute of as you just heard, family and friends of the suspects are struggling to understand how someone seemingly normal would commit such a heinous massachusetts celebrate and applaud authorities for the president obama took a moment to acknowledge law enforcement for capturing massachusetts. he says there are a lot of unanswered questions. who grew up and studied in violence. quote, " we cannot begin to comprehend how this
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horrible in the aftermath of the patriot's day horror, we know that we never really knew tamerlan sar-na-ev. it goes on to say that, "our hearts are sickened by the knowledge of the horror he the family has asked for a friend of the surviving
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celebrations broke out in the streets of boston last been on lockdown nearly all day got word of the capture of djohkar tsarnaev. the motive behind the boston marathon bombings remains unknown. but investigators are trying to get to the bottom of that. many people have questions about what will happen next to tsarnaev who is currently recovering in the hospital kron 4's philippe djegal has some answers. the parents of the two suspects now live in the russian republic of dagestan. distraught when he spoke and, despite the arrest of his youngest, he still stands by his two boys. >> "someone framed them. i it, but someone did, and being cowards, they shot the boy dead. there are cops like this.
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>> reporter: the mother saying both sons are very religious. and, describes them as dangerous. >> "impossible, impossible for both of them to do such things, so i am my sons wouldn't keep it a secret. my family would tell me, my secret." >> in the meantime, three people who are possibly nay- eff, have reportedly been taken into federal questioning. investigators are trying to gather as much information on sarr nay-eff as possible. as for his fate. >> "the u-s attorney will prepare a complaint." within the next month, legal analysts say the boston marathon bombing suspect.19- year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. will be indicted by a grand jury. then the case is assigned to a district a justice department official says tsarnaev will not be read his miranda rights because the government is invoking a public safety exception. that exception is triggered objectively reasonable need to protect the police or the danger. tsarnaev will be questioned by a special federal interrogation team for high- president barak obama and republicans used their weekly addresses to celebrate the resolve americans demonstrated after the attack on the boston marathon. emphsized that "the world witnessed one sure and steadfast truth: americans refuse to be terrorized." >> ultimately, that's what we'll remember from this week. that's what will remain. stories of heroism and kindness; resolve and resilience; generosity and love. in the days to come, we will remain vigilant as a nation. and i have no doubt the city of boston and its continue to respond in the that they have thus far -
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them every step of the way. may god bless the people of boston and the united states of america. >> now lets take a look back.the terror all started on patriot's day in massachusetts. and >> pam: monday, april 15th. but it was yesterday -- april 19th -- when america could first breathe a sigh of relief. here is kron 4's pam moore with a timeline of what the dramatic events of the past 24 hours unfolded in cambridge and watertown, west of boston ten o'clock thursday night, eastern time: a convenience store robbery by chance a security camers catches a picture of suspect number two, although police say he was not the robber. a short distance away, an m.i.t. campus police officer is shot and killed in his car ten minutes after that, the two suspects carjacked an suv. at about 11 p=m.the driver is released here and the two brothers drive east towards watertown. shortly after one a.m., police in watertown spot the stolen car, and a furious gunbattle breaks out. 15 police officers are wounded, one of them critically. supect one is injured. his brother escapes by driving over him. at 1:35 a.m. tamurlahn sarnyev is pronounced dead, the manhunt for his brother spreads to boston, where residents are urged to lock their doors and stay inside. transit is shut down. the red sox cancel their game. heavily armed police conduct door to door searches. attention turns to a boat reports of gunfire. then confirmation that boston's week of fear had ended,
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the m.i.t. officer who was shot and killed during the manhunt was honored yesterday by his colleagues.
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>> earlier mentionedfederal funds are being directed toward the recovery efforts in west, texas. the death toll from wednesday's massive explosion is at 14. president obama has declaredthat's freed up federalbut residents have a lot ofthe blast was so big it registered as a 2-point- 1-magnitude earthquake. plant but nearby homes, too, displacing many in the small
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federal funds are beingthe leaders of the boy scouts of america are set for a vote on gay youth. the organization has had a long-standing ban on gay kids and adults. next month's vote could change for the policy for boys. but not for openly gayat least one bay area lawmaker says the policy change doesn't go far enough. state senator leland yee is urging the boy scouts to fully end discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. federal authorities are criticizing california. the environmental protection agency gave the state four- hundred-55-million dollars to improve its water infrastructure. but it wasn't spent because the projects aren't shovel- now, the state has 60 days to come up with an improvement plan - future payments.
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jan wahl coming up. with an amazing story of this woman
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>> she who became an extraordinary driver. she was famous for it. she leav live her life as a man. and this is called " to the whip".. is from karen. thank you, karen. >> thank you. who is charlie >> sheet was a woman who lived in an orphanage. because of the destruction of the family she -- was a woman was a wells fargo stagecoach driver and was a
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looking for the killer of her family. >> this is a real story. >> this was the first woman to vote as a man. and she killed the out law " should reflect ". and she was a 30 year, the old law ' sugarfoot'... and after the word getting her ready for her funeral they realize that she was in command. had a child i took all the facts about her and i created a novel. >> that is why it is so much fun to read and listened to. >> yes. the star of hollywood deadwood played
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calamity jane and she is brilliant. >> this is an audio book and this is also a regular book. she is buried in the bay area. the watsonville, calif.. and that was a big charity group of men. and only men could be a part of it. she became a member. and to help widows, children and when she died she found out that she was a woman on the loss, they buried her in that cemetery. >> odd fellows takes an entirely new term. women were almost crossing like men anyway. >> women were even fighting in the cell war where in women's clothes. at that time you did not have to have a medical exam and some of them one on to have children. >> that was happening all
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over the world with some jan wahl's winners. some of these movies elbert nobbs.. 'albert nobbs tootsie yently m. butterfly and syliva transamerica a i know that marty loves some like it hot. and some like it hot. it is a good one. people should really
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get this audio book of the because it really comes to life. and how could people get it? belli is available on audible.com the whip and winner of the jury prize at the cannes film festival, director ken loach gives us the tale of a young scottish man , definitely criminally minded, part of what anyone would call "the wrong crowd." he finds himself a new father, and sets out to give his son the life he never had. the first half of the film is thugs, violence, larceny.but when the story of whiskey enters the picture, the movie is fun, touching and gets us rooting for a band of misfits. the title refers to the 2 percent of distilled spirits distilleries lose to evaporation. it fits this eventually charming scottish film that thankfully has subtitles
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check it out and more, coming up with the san francisco international film festival. >> thank you. let us take a look outside outside this morning. this view outside. and the south bay. janu? >> we are waking up to plenty of sunshine. we can see a clear shot from mt. tam. a beautiful days. '70s and '80s expected this afternoon and continued warming. fit is going to get pretty hot. but still warm temperatures. well into them workweek. temperatures are warming up nicely. 50s and oakland and 57 degrees in fremont. the afternoon highs will be '70s and '80s for
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the south bay. 79 and the san jose. and for the east bay inland shore. low 80s and walnut creek. 80s in pleasanton and mid upper 70's and martinez. mid-70s along the east bayshore. 76 degrees in fremont. also 70's for downtown san francisco for slightly cooler for your local beaches. we will finish it off in the north bay. if you're going to go to napa? 76 degrees expected and san rafael. as we take a look outside a warmer day expected. 90's on monday for your inland areas. 70's for the coast. will take a quick break and we will be right back.
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she's now being held in county jail. police have not yet released the names of the crash victims, or the deputy who was driving.
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(male announcer):this is the bay area news station,kron 4 news starts now. thanks for watching kron 4 news weekend.the terror is
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over in boston, but the questions remain following the bill i am marty gonzales. >> i am jan wahl. but >> also, some back along the lines with heavy security that at&t park. >> and we all need to exhale it has been a difficult week. we are going to tell you how to escape. or perhaps the eliminate your life at the san francisco film festival. the program director will be here. >> that sounds great. and the manhunt for the boston bombing suspect continues (cheers & applause) (chanting 'usa) >> that is the reaction as
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they were applauding the authorities for the arrest of one of the bombing suspects. we have a series the manhunt for the boston bombing suspect is over.as residents of watertown, massachusetts celebrate and applaud authorities for the the suspects wanted in connection to monday's bombings at the boston marathon are no longer a threat. a week of tragedy, fear and violence all culminated in a dramatic day that and ended with an arrest. tory dunnan is in boston this morning to bring us up to date. >> reporter: people are out and about. this is a far different scene. the stark reminder of how this turned out with people sick checking to make sure that everything is safe and sound. people -- outside kidding chuck --. from the tory. from people getting checked from pure
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been aware of these images continue to haunt the
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community. they are waking up breathing a little bit easier but the work is not done for law enforcement. >> these families deserve answers and the wounded have to learn how to stand and walk and live again deserve answers. >> on that note it is important to note that there are 150 victims who still are in area hospitals. three are in critical condition. reporting in boston. toward dawn and, thank you that was core that was tory dunnan..
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dramatic video has been released of the shootout between police and the suspect. it was recorded by a in the boston area yesterday, were ordered to stay in their homes. nearly 50 shots fired in the exchange. all while the suspect was holed up in a boat. after running from police early friday morning. president obama took a moment to acknowledge law enforcement for capturing the suspect in massachusetts. he says there are a lot of unanswered questions. including why the brothers who grew up and studied in the u-s would resort to such violence. >> they failed because among not waver upon the character the compassion
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the older brother, tamerlan tsarnayev, released this statement friday. quote, " we cannot begin to tragedy occurred." in the aftermath of the patriot's day horror, we know that we never really knew tamerlan sar-na-ev. it goes on to say that, "our knowledge of the horror he has inflicted." the family has asked for privacy at this time. >> the eleven- year-old martinez boy who was injured aaron hern is steadily recovering. this according to administrators at his school, who have been receiving e-mail updates from the hern family. in the last few days, hern underwent surgeries at boston's children's hospital. first lady michelle obama even stopped by to visit aaron on thursday following the interfaith service in boston. and in a story you will only see here on kron four. besides sending hundreds of get well cards. aaron hern's classmates made a video to send him to show their support. friday, the entire student body at martinez junior high school , gathered on the school's quad to record the following. listen in. (cheering 'get well aaron,
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we miss you!) (chanting 'aaron) >> aaron's classmates say they were excited by the news that his condition has improved and that he's now able to eat once again. kron four will continue to follow this developing story on air and online at kron four dot com. you can also tune in to our 24 7 channel for the latest channel 193. let's take a quick look outside. downtown san jose. he's thit is hazy. >> yes, the bay bridge toll plaza. plenty of sunshine. a beautiful start. downtown san jose however, a bit
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hazy. mild temperatures this weekend and a bit breezy in certain areas. let us take a look it where it is right now with 50s in san francisco. oakland, concord 59 degrees in livermore. the afternoon highs kidding 282 degrees. '70s and '80s for los gatos. 63 degrees in other areas but light wind. a beautiful day to go to the beach. tds in santa rosa. ahoy downtown san francisco, also as we take a look at satellite and radar. calm winds and this high- pressure with more warming in store for us. but will talk more about that with '90s!.
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coming up on kron 4 news weekend. police are stepping up security following the boston terror attack. we'll take a look at one venue that could take hours just to get through security screening. ♪
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>> after a walk-off win last night. the giants return to a-t- and-t park tonight for game two against the padres. and if you plan to head to you might want to arrive because of beefed-up security. kron 4's mike pelton joins us live from the ballpark. mike.fans will notice some changes? >> reporter: it is shaping
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up to be a beautiful day for a baseball game. however, the fans last night said that it took nearly two hours just to get into at&t park. there will have a mandatory backpack checks and wanding.. the line was stretching around the park. just to get inside. with officers on foot, cyclists, and canine units. weather this is fair? >> to " current franklin, to sacrifice freedom for safety deserve neither. there is no difference and attend games from last season and then this season to " ben franklin, to sacrifice freedom for safety deserve neither. >> they did not even scan ossi at all last year but i said to my grandson watch.
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they are probably going to check us what that scatter. >> you can and expect that increased security indefinitely. for the warriors games, the a's games, and tonight at at&t park for the 6:00 p.m. game they should all right early bride -- early. and i asked the giants how early they should arrive? but i am still waiting to hear romeward and i will pass that information to you. once i hear-word. >> pam: thank you, mike pelton. .-.
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at the boston terror we're following the latest developments out of boston. on the capture of 19 year ny'-ev. he's one of two suspects explosions at monday's marathon, killing three people and injuring more than 180 others. new video overnight shows a vigil at the finish line for the victims of the attack. right now, tsarnaev is being held at a hospital after being captured yesterday outside a home in watertown, massachusetts. the arrest happened just blocks away from where his older brother, twenty-six- year-old tamerlan tsarnaev was killed in a shootout with police earlier friday. a friend of the surviving brother is wondering why dzhokar got involved in the bombings. >> i was surprised. i would think that it would be older sibling influence. i am glad that he was apprehended, and able to capture him alive so we can get more information. >> the brothers are also suspected of killing a massachusetts institute of technology police officer during their spree. >> authorities are also
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focusing their investigation on the tweets sent out by dzhokar tsarnaev before and after the bombing. our tech reporter gabe slate has that part of our coverage. aha >> let us go back a few months. he only mentions the boston marathon bonds. august 10th, 2012. he was responding to another comment from someone he is saying that boston marathon is not a place to smoke. we do not know the context of this tweet. let us go back to the present. one week before the bombing he sent out on twitter that if you of knowledge and inspiration all you have to do is take action. and this was a reply to another from what he sent with only one half of the conversation. and victims of tragedy. lol and he said
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that people know the truth but stay silent and people that speak the truth but would not hear them because they are the minority. and on tuesday he sent out of this. his last tweet was to stay the day after the bombings. he says that it is a stress free kind of guy. gabe slate tech report >> the san mateo bridge. and to talk about the forecast is. >> you are correct it is going to be beautiful now lets check in with meteorologist janu for your saturday forecast. >> temperatures are already warming up. fairfield, 68
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degrees. concord. and upper 50s in livermore and san jose. by noon, plenty of 70's on the board. still 60s along the coastal areas. but 70's and even these indicated by the orange. for those headed out this evening is not going to be that cold with 50s and 60s. taking a look at the afternoon highs with neighborhood by neighborhood cupertino. low 80s and campbell. and evergreens. and plenty of low 80s for the inland valleys. danville, livermore with mid-70s for the east bay shore. for those in castro valley we're expecting 70 degrees a bit cooler along the coast. 60s along ocean beach. '70s and '80s there. for those headed
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the organization has had a long-standing ban on gay kids and adults. next month's vote could change for the policy for boys. but *not for openly gay adults. at least one bay area lawmaker says the policy change doesn't go far enough. state senator leland yee is urging the boy scouts to the basis of sexual orientation. >> airlines and the nation's largest pilots union are joining forces to sue the federal aviation administration. they're upset over the f-a- a's decision to furlough air traffic controllers because of the automatic spending the lawsuit is asking a federal court in washington to block the furloughs. they are scheduled to kick in airline officials say the f- a-a could have found other ways to save money. and while the move is expected to save an estimated 200 million dollars, fewer controllers might mean longer delays at some of the nation's busiest airports. now the first legal moves in the case of a man accused of sending ricin-laced letters to president obama and a u- s hearing on friday, the attorney for the suspect said the government has no evidence to prove her client, paul curtis, had possession of any ricin. during the hearing an f-b-i agent admitted he could not say if investigators had found ricin at curtis' home. the only evidence currently linking curtis to the crime is through online postings. so far, curtis is the primary focus for investigators and the only person arrested in connection with sending those letters. >> sheriff's deputies to not
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fire a single shot. this battle after christopher dormer entered a cabin on february 12th. one deputy was killed and another injured. according to transcripts there were told not to fire until they saw him. instead, tear gas was used to try to force him out. authorities believed that it was christopher donner who took his own life. >> the powerfula powerfull earthquake hitting china's sichuan province has killed at least 113 people. the death toll expected to climb sharply. china's seismological bureau says the magnitude seven quake struck in the steep hills of lushan county shortly after eight a-m. multiple aftershocks jolted the area injuring thousands of people. more than 2-thousand soldiers rushed to the area for rescue and relief work.
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the military set up a quake relief and rescue and medical headquarters for the quake-hit region. coming up on kron 4 news weekend. we will have the latest details in the investigation of the boston marathon bombing suspects. and what is expected for the cocustody of the suspect..
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>> residents chanting usa. celebrations broke out in the streets of boston last night. as residents who had been on lockdown nearly all day got word of the capture of djohkar tsarnaev. the motive behind the boston marathon bombings remains unknown. but investigators are trying to get to the bottom of that. many people have questions about what will happen next to tsarnaev who is currently recovering in the hospital kron 4's philippe djegal has some answers.
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>> reporter: the parents of the two suspects now live in the russian republic of dagestan. the father was angry and distraught when he spoke about the death of his eldest son. and, despite the arrest of his youngest, he still stands by his two boys. >> "someone framed them. i don't know who exactly did it, but someone did, and being cowards, they shot the boy dead. there are cops like this. >> reporter: the mother saying both sons are very religious. and, describes them as peaceful and certainly not dangerous. >> "impossible, impossible for both of them to do such things, so i am my sons wouldn't keep it a secret. my family would tell me, my sons wouldn't keep it in secret." >> reporter: in the meantime, three people who are possibly connected to joe-harr sarr nay-eff, have reportedly been taken into federal custody in new bedford, for questioning. investigators are trying to gather as much information on sarr nay-eff as possible.
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as for his fate. >> "the u-s attorney will prepare a complaint." this will be an affidavit by an fbi agent that will lay out the specifics of the case and then he will have an arraignment. he will have a defense attorney and under normal circumstances somebody arrested on a friday night would not be arraigned until friday monday. however, he could be a rate as early as saturday if he is medically up to it. >> within the next month, legal analysts say the boston marathon bombing suspect.19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev. will be indicted by a grand jury. then the case is assigned to a district judge. a justice department official says tsarnaev will not be read his miranda rights because the government is invoking a public safety exception. when police have an objectively reasonable need to protect the police or the public from immediate danger. tsarnaev will be questioned by a special federal interrogation team for high- value suspects.
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>> president barak obama and republicans used their weekly addresses to celebrate the resolve americans demonstrated after the attack on the boston marathon. in the address obama emphsized that "the world witnessed one sure and steadfast truth: americans refuse to be terrorized." >> ultimately, that's what we'll remember from this week. that's what will remain. stories of heroism and kindness; resolve and resilience; generosity and love. in the days to come, we will remain vigilant as a nation. and i have no doubt the city of boston and its surrounding communities will continue to respond in the same proud and heroic way that they have thus far - and their fellow americans will be right there with them every step of the way. may god bless the people of boston and the united states of america. the above republicans are
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praising the first responders. tim scott of south carolina said that they risk their lives on the lines. throwing themselves and the lights a fire. now,now lets take a look back.the terror all started on patriot's day in massachusetts. monday, april 15th. but it was yesterday -- april 19th -- when america could first breathe a sigh of relief. here is kron 4's pam moore with a timeline of what happened in between. >> pam: the dramatic events of the past 24 hours unfolded in cambridge and watertown, west of boston ten o'clock thursday night, eastern time: a convenience store robbery in cambridge. by chance a security camers catches a picture of suspect number two, although police say he was not the robber. a short distance away, an m.i.t. campus police officer is shot and killed in his car ten minutes after that, the two suspects carjacked an suv. at about 11 p=m.the driver is released here and the two brothers drive east
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towards watertown. shortly after one a.m., police in watertown spot the stolen car, and a furious gunbattle breaks out. 15 police officers are wounded, one of them critically. supect one is injured. his brother escapes by driving over him. at 1:35 a.m. tamurlahn sarnyev is pronounced dead, the manhunt for his brother spreads to boston, where residents are urged to lock their doors and stay inside. transit is shut down. the red sox cancel their game. heavily armed police conduct door to door searches. as night falls. their attention turns to a boat stored in a watertown back yard. reports of gunfire. then confirmation that boston's week of fear had ended,
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>> pam:that was pam moore. >> the m.i.t. officer who was shot and killed during the manhunt was honored yesterday by his colleagues. a procession was held in cambridge for 26-year-old sean collier. police believe he was killed by the boston marathon bombing suspects. collier has been an m-i-t officer since january 2012. before that, he was a civilian employee with the somerville police department. we'll continue to bring you the latest updates on the investigation into the motive of the terror attack. throughout the morning on kron 4. and on our website. at kron4 dot com. >> federal funds are being directed toward the recovery efforts in west, texas. the death toll from wednesday's massive explosion is at 14. president obama has declared of a state of emergency. that's freed up federal disaster funds to support local responders in texas. but residents have a lot of cleaning up to do. the blast was so big it registered as a 2-point-1- magnitude earthquake. and it damaged not only the plant but nearby homes, too, displacing many in the
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small town of 28-hundred. let's take a quick look this live look outside. with mild temperatures. janu? >> good morning the most widespread sunshine. this is a view from outside this morning golden gate bridge let's check in with your first forecast mild temperatures for this weekend. breezy at higher elevations. temperatures are going to warm up nicely. 60s. 60s in the san jose. oakland, concord. 59 degrees in livermore. even allow 80s and antioch. '70s and '80s
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in antioch. 63 degrees in half moon bay. with a mixture of '70s and '80s. 80s in napa. '70s and of vallejo. as we take a look at the satellite and radar. a big warm up with temperatures warming on monday. we're coming up in my full forecast. >> weekend. some of boston's $4 million of wasted money in federal funds to improve the water for drinking. plenty of blue skies and sunshine.
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>> the federal government gave the state $455 million to improve its drinking water. however, california was not ready. and this scene was in hayward, yesterday. a police officer hit a woman who was carrying narcotics. she is now being held on the county jail. it is 9:4:01 a.m. >> this has been a very difficult news week. so let's go to escape and eliminate, with the 56
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annual san francisco film festival. and they will highlight my director, phil kaufman.
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>> this is the san francisco film festival. bring us in documentaries and right now, this is rachel who is the director of programming. >> the international film festival. and this is a wonderful book that tells us all about it. can you tell us about some of your
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favorites? >> oh my gosh! what is great is this new movie is from david butsegal.. they are back with this it is with julianne moore and 'what maise knew'.. this is a great movie palace. that is a great place to see this film. >> absolutely our last film is " before midnight ". from a legal matte link letter this s nine years after the last one and it shows them and their relationship as it has progressed it is a no, three films. julie dply she is
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very passionate about this. and you have a tribute. still phil kaufman has given us movies like been andy and joon... beeny and joon >> he will be at the castro theater for a live interview, and one of his favorite movies is invasion of the body snatchers. >> and hemingway, that was such an amazing fell one of the best tv films. ". >> that was a great movie. and it is very articulate. and how he makes it all
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work from san francisco. phil kaufman. >> yes, and we're giving another award with the persistence of vision. somebody that works outside of mainstream. as director who your audience might not have heard of but they will come to discover him. a new discovery of museum hours. >> they can get information at our major venue which is the sun dance dabuki. film festival at festival.sfff.org are cafes all over the city. >> id is san francisco film society.org. that is a lot
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of information and thank you, rachel rosen. this is very exciting and it is going to be quite remarkable. to check it out, the www.festival.sffs.org. with great documentaries. here is one that would be in the film festival but did not quite make it. still, it is a perfect documentary. room 237 and eccentric documentary about hidden messages astand thecuba tugri-- stanley kubrik... if
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you love this movie and the director, stanley kubrik.i is long but it is a passionate movie. i have a feeling that we're going to see a lot of movies with a lot of fans about stanley kubrik. people that live for movies. they do for being here and i will see you at the san francisco film festival. the san francisco international film festival. the back to you. >> let us turn our attention to the weather. a live look at san francisco, with blue skies and rising temperatures. the >> is a beautiful start to the weekend. bright blue skies. as for temperatures they are warming up nicely. 60s in fairfield pleasanton, mid-50s for daly city and half moon bay. 50s with
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afternoon, 70's and 80's. '70s inco milpitas. and for those in morgan hill we are looking at low 80s inland. 80s in pittsburgh. and mid upper 70's for martinez. mid 70's for the east bayshore. plenty of sunshine. '70s in hayward and also for downtown san francisco. san mateo, low 70's. if you're going to go to the beaches? mid-60s. and the north bay, a mixture of '70s and '80s. as we take a look at further warming your kron 4 7 day around the bay temperatures will be on the nine these inland on monday. 90's... on monday
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